They say that robbing a bank is fine as long as no one gets hurt and there’s enough coinage left over to spend on gadgets. We lie and no one ever said that. If you have robbed a bank though this is what you should spend it on.
#1 Can-Am Maverick X3 ATV
Most guys love a good ATV and the Can-Am Maverick X3 does a mighty fine job of this. The latest variant receives more power in a 154hp turbo engine which can get the two-seater to 100km/h in just 4.9 seconds. There’s no doors or proper windows but that’s the fun of it with a welded chassis providing all the protection you’ll need along with a face full of mud.
#2 Simpson Supreme Street Bandit Helmet
If the race helmet looks familiar it’s because The Stig wears one to conceal his identity. In white of course. Streetwear label Supreme have taken a red and black version and stamped their logo on it making this one of the most hyped pieces of protective equipment ever made. Don’t have a bike or race car? No worries just hang it on a wall and look like a bad ass.
#3 Rungu Electric Juggernaut Bike
Take off-road exploration beyond two wheels with this beast of a trike. Besides an extra front wheel the Rungu Electric Juggernaut Bike also receives electric power and a fat boy rear tyre to ensure maximum traction and superior road holding. The electric system allows for a 30km range before human pedal power is required. It can reach a speed of 30km/h if that’s your kind of biking on snow or sand.
#4 Analogue NT Mini
Analogue’s NT Mini is taking it directly to Nintendo who recently re-released their original NES system in a shrunken down unit. This unofficial version however boasts over 2,000 titles from your favourite era of video games with its open-source NES, Famicom, Famicom Disk System (that just means you can run cartridge and downloaded games from the NES era). The unit doesn’t cheap out on quality either with a fully machined aluminium body, full HD support and wireless controls to ensure the oldschool unit is up to speed with today’s gaming expectations.
#5 Grovemade Wooden Speaker System
The Grovemade Wooden Speaker system is definitely one for the design lovers. It was imagined by industrial designer Joey Roth and features CNC machining which accurately mills out the wood to leave a housing without parallel flat walls to eliminate sound wave distortion. Completing the system is 2x25W aplifiers and a volume control station all finished in maple or walnut.
#6 Sagitine Sophisticated Storage
Take storage to the next level with Sagitine’s latest offering of aesthetically pleasing units. The stackable boxes are made from reinforced cardboard and feature a luxurious leather handle which makes them perfect for storing delicates such as garments, shoes and accessories. The boxes can be purchased as individual units and stacked or customised to a user’s liking with multiple boxes transforming into a fully fledged cabinet with the help of designated stands. It’s pure sophistication worthy of any designer man space.